• We have moved our Wodonga clinic to
    7 Daintree Way West Wodonga

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Healthfocus Physiotherapy Albury, Lavington & Daintree West Wodonga.

At Healthfocus we strive to deliver excellent healthcare services in our community.

We want to help you feel great!!

Physiotherapy today offers an extremely broad range of healthcare services. As a large practice across three locations we have many specialty services, with the latest treatment and assessment aides.

At Healthfocus we believe keeping you healthy is as important as assisting when you are injured or unwell, prevention is always better than cure. However if you are injured or recuperating we understand the importance of getting you back to work, sport or recreation activities as soon as possible.

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Let's talk about pain

Chronic pain is an invisible burden carried by an estimated 20% of all Australians. Ongoing pain affects all aspects of a person’s home and work life. Feelings of loss and grief are a part of everyday life for those experiencing chronic pain. They may also experience a fear that life may never return to normal. These feelings are rarely shared with the people closest to them. It is important that we talk about pain. In order to talk about pain it is important to know a little about what it is and why it happens so that we can support family and friends who might be going through this by themselves.
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Back to Sleep, Tummy to Play

Over the past few years there has been an increase in the number of babies diagnosed with the conditions: Plagiocephaly (mis-shapen head) and torticollois (crooked neck). One of the reasons associated with this is the reluctance of parents to place babies on their tummies. The SIDs campaign has worked wonderfully at educating parents about the risks of a babies sleeping on their tummies but unfortunately this is often mistaken to means never placing baby on their tummies.
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